The return of White House coronavirus briefings is marked by the absence of experts Birx and Fauci and facts.
Florida is quickly emerging as a hot spot for coronavirus cases. Hospitals are reporting that ICU beds are nearly at capacity as numbers continue to climb.
In an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal and on a call with governors, Vice President Mike Pence continued to push factually inaccurate information about the coronavirus.
Two delivery drivers are out of work after they say a Georgia man disrespected them while they were simply delivering a package to his home.
Now that the Super Bowl MVP has recovered from the respiratory illness, he plans to spread awareness and provide 580,000 meals to those in need.
"Even if we can’t get together in person this year, Michelle and I are excited to celebrate."
A shortage of PPE materials, such as N95 masks, for healthcare workers has amplified the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
"Thank you for the great memories," she wrote in a sentimental post on Instagram.
The Gospel singer revealed he likely caught the coronavirus while traveling to a funeral.
As data slowly rolls in about where and who is impacted by the coronavirus, it's becoming quite clear that Black communities are at a higher risk.
Your beauty purchases can help medical workers, essential workers, and individuals in need due to coronavirus.
The jazz legend, educator, and pianist was 85.
Amazon and Instacart employees began striking Monday, with Whole Foods workers scheduling a mass "sick-out" on Tuesday.
The disgraced singer's lawyer says the lack of precautions at the facility where Kelly is housed is putting the singer at risk.
New York physicians Arabia Mollette and Maggie Cadet weigh in on fears and concerns around COVID-19 and offer helpful tips.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo showed optimism about the chloroquine drug and its potential to help those suffering from COVID-19 symptoms.
Elmhurst Hospital in Queens is at the center of the city's coronavirus crisis and is battling to keep up with the demands of the pandemic.
For many living in self-isolation, there's still no peace of mind, body or spirit.